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  1. Unidentified Turkish Liner

    Unfortunately, the paper texture drowns out the detail, but this vintage postcard shows a twin-stack, four-mast liner with what appear to be Ottoman/Turkish Government funnel markings. Any ideas as to her identity? I cannot place the location, but there is a large, unique building on the shore.
  2. Assimina at Genoa, Italy

    Does anyone recognize this cargo-passenger liner seen moored at Genoa on a vintage postcard mailed in 1951? Presence of Costa's ANNA C narrows the timeframe to no earlier than 1947. Thanks to the help of many, ID'd as the immune grant ship Assimina at Genoa, spring of 1951.
  3. Itapagé - acrílica sobre tela 50 x 60 cm - disponível

    UMA BREVE HISTÓRIA DESTE NAVIO. Casco nr.37 N/M Itapagé / PPET (IMO 7052222) Suas principais características técnicas eram: 10.488 ton - dwt 10.230 ton - grt 160,94 m de comprimento total 149,56 m de comprimento entre perpendiculares 23,09 m de boca 11,40 m de pontal 9,60 m de calado...
  4. M.V. Meteor-(Det Bergenske Dampskibsselskab, Bergen)

    Passenger-Refrigerated Cargo Liner, Motor Vessel Meteor, (IMO Number: 5233535; Official Number: GRC: 4307), launched, Thursday, 06/05/1954, to yard number 104, by Aalborg Vaerft, Aalborg, Denmark, and completed and delivered, Friday, 14/01/1955, to Det Bergenske Dampskibsselskab, Bergen, Norway...
  5. M.V. Meteor-(Det Bergenske Dampskibsselskab, Bergen)

    Passenger-Refrigerated Cargo Liner, Motor Vessel Meteor, (IMO Number: 5233535; Official Number: GRC: 4307), launched, Thursday, 06/05/1954, to yard number 104, by Aalborg Vaerft, Aalborg, Denmark, and completed and delivered, Friday, 14/01/1955, to Det Bergenske Dampskibsselskab, Bergen, Norway...
  6. Passenger Liners
    Dear All, The ship in this little (8" x 6") oil painting is a passenger liner of the early years of the twentieth century. She has a dark navy hull with red boot-topping and a white superstructure, with a vertical prow and counter stern; her bridge is forward (with prominent bridge wings) and...
  7. General Hugh J Gaffey

    I know no more than is written on the photo. Looks like a P2 class, but which one?
  8. Unidentified 3 funnelled passenger liner= LIMBURGIA

    Don't think I've posted this one before; does anyone know her identity.
  9. RMS Queen Mary Dockside - Unknown Location

    scan from original negative but no other info at this time
  10. Unidentified liner= NIEUW AMSTERDAM

    Just wondering if this is one of the 1930s Italian liners very briefly seen on a TV do***entary. Thank goodness for Pause...
  11. Four masted liner= CERAMIC

    Could anyone identify this liner-White Star/ Shaw Savill perhaps?
  12. How to hide a ship 1

    QM2 on visit to Sydney - photo from park.
  13. Passenger liner= LACONIA

    Another unfortunately unidentified ship from the Clyde Shiplovers' collection. Looks familiar, though.
  14. RMS Titanic Poster

    This poster celebrates the launching of the White Star Line's R.M.S Titanic on 31st May 1911.
  15. Queen Mary 2 departing Sydney 3

    Apologies for the quality but I hope this photo conveys the sight of the QM2 lit up and sailing on moonlit waters.
  16. METAGAMA

    Another untitled one I'm afraid from the Clyde Shiplovers Society's Photo Collection. Would anyone be able to identify her.
  17. SS United States 1:900 scale model from Scherbak Ship Models

    SS United States 1:900 scale model from Scherbak Ship Models: www.scherbakshipmodels.com
  18. Norwegian Dawn

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  19. Aurania

    Built by J. & G. Thomson for the Cunard Line in 1882, she was a near sister to Servia and Oregon. On her maiden voyage in 1883, she suffered a mechanical breakdown. Her shaft bearing overheated, causing an explosion. Fortunately there was no loss of life. She was a fast liner in her own...
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